NEW YORK, June 24 (UPI) -- Comedian Billy Crystal is set to take his autobiographical one-man show to Broadway, sharing tales about his family and how he became a passionate Yankees fan.
Crystal will make his Broadway debut in December in "700 Sundays" at the Broadhurst Theater, the New York Daily News reported Thursday.
The name of the two-act monologue is in memory of Crystal's dad, Jack, who died when the comic was 15.
"He always worked two or three jobs, so Sunday was the only day to be together with Dad," Crystal, 57, said. "And I calculated that I only had 700 Sundays with him."
Crystal first presented the show in April at California's La Jolla Playhouse, where he entertained sold-out crowds with tales of how Billie Holiday took him to his first movie and what it was like to be the opening act for Sammy Davis Jr.
Crystal's show begins previews Nov. 12 and opens Dec. 5.